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An Intern’s Words: Yiran Xu

October 21, 2019

Michigan Language Assessment’s internship program provides professional training and research opportunities for English language teaching and assessment professionals and graduate students. In 2019, Michigan Language Assessment welcomed two interns. The following is from Yiran Xu, one of the 2019 interns.

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MET Developments: Faster Results, New Sample Tests, and More

October 9, 2019

The MET (Michigan English Test) is an increasingly popular choice for English language learners seeking an international English certification at the high-beginner to advanced proficiency levels. The MET was revised in January 2019 to include more content in the academic domain, to offer two-skill or four-skill test options, and to reduce test time of the two-skill MET to 100 minutes.

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MET Go! Webinar

September 9, 2019

Michigan Language Assessment is continuing the new webinar series for teachers. The next session will be 6 Strategies for Developing Listening Skills for MET Go!. 

The webinar is open to the public, and there are two times to choose from:

Tuesday, September 24th at 10:00 am EDT or Thursday, September 26th at 2:00 PM EDT

Register today for the Tuesday or Thursday time slot, or contact us at info@michiganassessment.org if you have any questions.

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5 Benefits of Multilevel English Exams

September 9, 2019

For English language schools, the choice of exams is driven by the needs of test takers. Level-based exams, such as the ECCE or ECPE, are the best choice for some classrooms. Other classrooms benefit from the administration of multilevel exams, such as the MET Go! or the MET. Multilevel exams can offer key benefits. They provide:

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Teacher Webinar Series

August 2, 2019

Michigan Language Assessment is launching a new webinar series for teachers. The series begins in August with the webinar 6 Strategies for Developing Listening Skills for the MET.

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